Black currants are widely used in our diet. Black currant leaves and branches are good in infusions and teas, and delicious jams, jams and compotes are prepared from berries.
The beneficial properties of black currant make this shrub a medicinal plant. Due to its diaphoretic, antipyretic, diuretic and anti-inflammatory properties, black currant is used for colds, acute respiratory viral infections, acute respiratory infections and flu. And the presence of vitamins such as C, D, E, K, B, P endows black currant with strengthening properties and the ability to increase immunity.
The beneficial properties of black currant are also good for cardiovascular diseases, diseases of the stomach and kidneys. Eating black currants in food reduces the likelihood of cancer and diabetes.
With reduced appetite, fatigue, lethargy and weakening of the body, vitamin deficiencies, black currant is one of the best options.
At low temperatures, the beneficial properties of black currant are preserved. Therefore, the berries can be stored frozen. They are also well stored, without additional cooking, black currant berries mashed with sugar.
It should be remembered that before using blackcurrant as a medicine, you should consult with your doctor.